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PRIMARY WORK: Performs work In documentation and information systems, architecture and town planning, construction technologies, industrialized systems, and building equipment SOURCE OF FINANCES: Sales of publications. PUBLICATIONS: Bimonthly building product and desIgn information, bulletins and bibliographies on building materials and building technology, document surveys, and technical abstracts. RESEARCH AND DESIGN INSTIT111~ FOR PHYSICAL PI^NNING, HOUSING, AND MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING (ISLGC) Str. Snagov 53-55 70136 Bucharest CONTACT: Adrian Alecandrescu,Director MISSION: To provide technologies for improving urban and rural planning. PRIMARY WORK: Performs work in town and country planning, national housing programs, and economics. SOURCE OF FINANCES: Government and fees for services. PUBLICATIONS: Results of studies, guidelines, and specialty publications. SINGAPORE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD 133 Cecil Street 09-01 Keck Seng Tower Singapore 0106 CONTACT: Chee Yoong Ng, General Manager MISSION: To promote improvements in the planning and coordinating of the development of the construction industry. PRIMARY WORK: Performs research and services to facilitate the mechanization and efficiency of the construction industry and provides training facilities. SOURCE OF FINANCES: Government. PUBLICATIONS: Quarterly review, monthly construction market report, directory of construction equipment, and prefabricated concrete components. 175
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